Philadelphia-based Challah for Hunger, which was founded in 2004, announced that it is changing its name to Nazun.
All four hostages at a synagogue in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area were declared “out alive and safe.”
As she sought an image to illustrate how her synagogue has fared recently, during the worst case counts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rabbi Heidi Hoover landed on a line from a famous movie.
Rabbi Shlomo Adelman returned to his position leading a Modern Orthodox yeshiva in New Jersey in October, just weeks being placed on leave.
Paul Pfeiffer’s bar mitzvah made Jewish television history
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Golden Globes fans may have noticed something different this year: The annual entertainment awards were not announced on TV, and not for COVID-19 reasons.
Each year on Tu Bishvat, Lior Weitz and his wife take their two daughters to plant saplings of pine.
Members of one of Israel’s Arab political parties are vowing to boycott Knesset proceedings.